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Bobby Zamora interview: Shades of a vintage step as striker spins it with the Seagulls one more time

BHAFC/Paul Hazlewood

BHAFC/Paul Hazlewood

 

Forever bonded with his song from the terraces, striker Bobby Zamora is back where his career caught fire to help Brighton and Hove Albion in their quest for the top flight, and although the club is in a largely different key to when he was last there, the mutual affection never faded. Read more →

Shaka Hislop interview: Ex-Soca Warriors keeper and the Hammers’ three-point key to Graceland

Former Premier League goalkeeper Shaka Hislop in his current role as an ESPN Soccer analyst.

Former Premier League goalkeeper Shaka Hislop in his current role as an ESPN Soccer analyst.

 

Most of Shaka Hislop’s 15 years as a professional player were staged in the Premier League, and music has always had a way of lighting up moments inside and outside of the game for the ex-Trinidad and Tobago goalkeeper, including when it came to a specific West Ham United ritual which was fit for a king. Read more →

Joe Widdowson interview: Strictly ‘real’ music for Dale veterans says defender!


Togetherness served Rochdale well in League One last season, but there appears to be a fairly clear divide when it comes to the music in the team, as left-back Joe Widdowson has noticed! Read more →

Richard Garcia interview: World Cup tunes still raise a smile for Socceroos winger

Winger Richard Garcia became Hull City’s first ever World Cup player when he represented Australia against Germany in Durban on June 13th 2010 and teammate Adam Federici’s choice of music during the tournament brings the memories flooding back even now. Read more →